What does RBR stand for?

Reverse buyer’s remorse

Have you ever found yourself eyeing something at a store, only to convince yourself it’s not a necessary purchase or it’s just too pricey? This is where RBR comes into play. It’s an acronym that people use when they regret not buying something.

RBR can be thought of as the feeling you get when you walk away from a potential purchase, but then wish you had bought it. It’s similar to BR, another slang term.

So, the next time you’re debating about whether to buy that one item you aren’t sure about, remember the term RBR. It might help you make your decision, or at least express your feelings if you decide not to buy it and later wish you had.

Example for using ‘RBR’ in a conversation

I saw these new sneakers online today, they look so cool! 😍

Oh, really? What’s so special about them? πŸ€”

Well, they have this unique design and everyone’s raving about them. I’m tempted to buy them. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

Go for it then! Treat yourself! πŸ’Έ